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WELCOME TO OUR ENGLISH SPEAKING FANS

Welcome to FC Lausanne-Sport. This is an Anglo-friendly page focused on providing English-speaking fans with the necessary information to enjoy watching Swiss football with friends and family. This page provides a range of advice, from purchasing tickets and merchandise to providing directions on how to get to the stadium. We look forward to seeing you in Lausanne-Sport colours soon!

MATCH DAY – TICKETING 

FC Lausanne-Sport single-match tickets are available to buy online here. On match day, tickets can also be purchased at the stadium one hour and a half prior to kick off.

Please click here to view the full match schedule.

CREDIT SUISSE SUPER LEAGUE

Following promotion to the Credit Suisse Super League in the 2022/23 season, FC Lausanne-Sport is back in the first Division of Switzerland . The current Credit Suisse Super League season runs from mid-July through to early December. After a brief winter break, the teams return from January to May.

The Credit Suisse Super League consists of 12 teams play each other three times, for a total of 33 rounds. After that, the league is divided into two groups of six each, a ‘Championship group’ and a ‘Relegation group’. Each team plays the other five in its group, for a total of 38 matchdays. The Championship group will play for the title of Swiss champion and qualification for the European Cup. The ‘Relegation group’ will play for relegation (last place) and qualification for the relegation play-off (penultimate place).

STADE DE LA TUILIERE

Since 2020, LS has played its home matches at the Stade de la Tuilière. This 12,500-capacity stadium, built to UEFA competition standards, makes it a point of honour to ensure that every fan and player has an exciting experience. It also features extensive hospitality facilities for the club’s various partners and VIPs, as well as 12 refreshment outlets throughout the stadium, and a state-of-the-art hybrid pitch.

The Tuilière complex also includes 9 other pitches (2 grass, 7 synthetic). These additional pitches will provide training and match facilities not only for Lausanne Sport, but also for other Lausanne teams.

For more information regarding the Projet Métamorphose development, please click here. 

Histoire du LS, 1913

HISTORY

FC Lausanne-Sport was first established in 1896, making it one of the oldest football clubs in the world. The first team currently play in the Swiss Challenge League, the nation’s second division. The club has won the Swiss Super League on nine occasions and the Swiss Cup seven times. In addition to winning such prestigious titles, the club took part in the 2010 Europa League group stages.

DIRECTIONS TO STADE DE LA TUILIERE

If travelling by public transport, please take the following buses:

BUS 1 (Direction Lausanne, Blecherette) – Stop at Blécherette

BUS 20 (Direction Lausanne, Blecherette) – Stop at Blécherette

BUS 21 (Direction Lausanne, Blécherette)- Stop at Blécherette

If travelling by car, parking is available at Parking du Vélodrome or Parking du Loup.

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OUR NEW 24-25 KIT

FC Lausanne-Sport merchandise including replica kits, leisurewear and souvenirs are all available to purchase at the stadium on match days and on our e-shop.